Outagamie County
Cemeteries

Alphabetical list of cemeteries
     
Cemeteries by Township
Black Creek Ellington Maine
Bovina Freedom Maple Creek
Buchanan Grand Chute Oneida
Center Greenville Osborn
Cicero Hortonia Seymour
Dale Kaukauna Vandenbroek
Deer Creek Liberty  
     
Partial gravestone transcriptions for various Outagamie County cemeteries at Jay's Fox Valley Genealogical Pages
     
Town of New London - More info on the part of the town in Waupaca county.
Miscellaneous

Black Creek Township - Map

Binghamton Cemetery

  • Section 29, State Road and Ott Road, next to Black Creek Twp. Cem.

Black Creek Evangelical Cemetery

  • Section 16, 1/2 mile south of Black Creek on Hwy. 47
  • Inscriptions published in the WSGS Newsletter - more info

Black Creek Township Cemetery

  • Section 29, State Road and Ott Road, next to Binghamton Cem.

Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery

  • Section 27, Twelve Corners Road

Peters Cemetery

  • Section 16, 1/2 mile south of Black Creek on Hwy. 47

Sassman Cemetery - See Peters Cemetery

St. John's Evangelical

  • Section 21, 1/2 mile south of Black Creek on Hwy. 47, next to Black Creek Cemetery

St. Mary's Catholic

  • Section 16, County B, Black Creek
  • Inscriptions published in the WSGS Newsletter - more info

St. Petri Cemetery - See Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran


Bovina Township - Map

Bovina Cemetery

St. Denis Catholic Cemetery



Buchanan Township

Holy Angels Catholic Cemetery

  • Section 33W, County KK, Darboy

Holy Name Catholic Cemetery

  • Section 32W, on Rail Rd. at County CE, south of Kimberly

St. Mary Catholic Cemetery

St. Paul Catholic Cemetery

  • Buchanan Road (County K), Combined Locks, next to St. Mary's

Union Cemetery

  • County HH, Kaukauna


Center Township

Community Cemetery

  • Section 20, County A

Evangelical United Methodist Church of Center Cemetery

  • Hample Rd. and Pleasant Rd.
  • Inscriptions published in the WSGS Newsletter - more info

Saint Edward Catholic Cemetery

  • Mackville, near NE corner of Hwy 47 and Mackville Rd.
  • Tombstone inscriptions, ca. 1844-1980, by Steve J. Belknap This collection is owned by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706. This collection is at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, WI 54311. Call No. Green Bay SC 104. Format 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)

Inscriptions from St. Edwards Cemetery in Mackville, WI; Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery near New London, WI; and St. Peters Cemetery and the Freedom Association Cemetery in Freedom, WI; copied in 1981 by Freedom High School students enrolled in classes taught by Steve J. Belknap.

Saint Johns Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery

  • West side of Hwy 47, just north of Pine Grove Rd.

Saint Mathias Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery (a.k.a St. Matthew's Cemetery)

  • Center Valley Rd. and Twelve Corners Rd.


Cicero Township

Emmanuel Evangelical Cemetery (a.k.a United Methodist Cemetery)

  • County G and Brusewitz Rd.

Emmanuel Lutheran Cemetery (a.k.a. Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery)

  • Hwy 47, north of Black Creek, section 32
  • Cemetery records complied by Alta &Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

Saint John's Lutheran Cemetery (a.k.a. South Cicero Cemetery)

  • Hwy 47, south of Rock Rd.


Dale Township

Dale Union Cemetery

  • North side of Hwy 10 about a 1/2 mile west of County M
  • Records, 1856-1958 - Records of a church established in the 1850s as a German Reformed congregation. Included are several record books written in German: a minute book, 1873-1918; volumes containing lists of pastors, church members, and sacramental records, 1856-1958 (including births, marriages, and deaths); financial records, 1912-1925; minutes, 1860-1926, of the Reformed and Lutheran Cemetary [sic] Association (later called Dale Union Cemetery, located on Highway 10); a minute book of the Ladies Aid, 1907-1914; and one unidentified document in German, n.d.

This collection is at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, WI 54301. The microfilm is also available in Madison. Micro 1174 (1 reel) : MAD 1V/Mss Box 767; Call No. Green Bay Micro 25.

Pine Grove Cemetery

  • West side of Pine Grove Rd., about a 1/2 mile north of Hwy 10.

South Medina Methodist

  • West side of County M, about a 1/2 mile south of Hwy 10.



Deer Creek Township - Map

Danish Cemetery

Restland Cemetery (a.k.a Sunny Slope Cemetery)

  • South side of County XX, just west of County F. Section 14

Saint Catherine Catholic Cemetery

  • North side of County F, west of Peeters Rd.

Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery

  • Bear Creek, behind St. Mary Catholic Church


Ellington Township

Bruce's Mill Cemetery

  • Section 20, west of Stephensville

Ellington Cemetery (Union Cemetery)

  • South side of Hwy 76, west of Pine Crest Lane.

Ellington Immanuel Cemetery (German Methodist)

  • Section 26, County O and Greenwood Rd.

Rexford Cemetery

  • South side of Kirschner Rd., east of Rexford Rd.

Saint Patrick Catholic Cemetery

  • South side of Hwy 76, west of Pine Crest Lane.

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery

  • County O, east of Greenwood Rd.


Freedom Township

Community Lutheran Cemetery

  • West side of French Rd., just south of County E.
  • Established in 1932. Community Lutheran Cemetery is west of St. Peter's Lutheran church and extends south also. A sign on French Road is adjacent to road that goes through cemetery.
  • Tombstone inscriptions, ca. 1844-1980, by Steve J. Belknap This collection is owned by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706. This collection is at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, WI 54311. Call No. Green Bay SC 104. Format 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)

Inscriptions from St. Edwards Cemetery in Mackville, WI; Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery near New London, WI; and St. Peters Cemetery and the Freedom Association Cemetery in Freedom, WI; copied in 1981 by Freedom High School students enrolled in classes taught by Steve J. Belknap.

[The State Archives as mistakenly indexed this for the St. Peter's Cemetery instead of the Community Lutheran Cemetery]

Freedom Association Cemetery

Tombstone inscriptions, ca. 1844-1980, by Steve J. Belknap This collection is owned by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706. This collection is at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, WI 54311. Call No. Green Bay SC 104. Format 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)

Inscriptions from St. Edwards Cemetery in Mackville, WI; Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery near New London, WI; and St. Peters Cemetery and the Freedom Association Cemetery in Freedom, WI; copied in 1981 by Freedom High School students enrolled in classes taught by Steve J. Belknap.

Freedom Moravian Cemetery

  • Section 8, Center Valley Rd., west of County C.

Freedom Township Cemetery (Randerson Cemetery)

  • Section 29, Lochbur Lane and County E.

Saint Mary of West Freedom Cemetery

  • West side of County EE, just south of Krueger Rd.

Saint Nicholas Catholic Cemetery

  • Freedom, on County S.

Saint Peter's Lutheran Cemetery

  • West side of French Rd., just south of County E.
  • St. Peter's Cemetery is a small section south of St. Peter's Lutheran church.
  • Tombstone inscriptions, ca. 1844-1980, by Steve J. Belknap This collection is owned by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706. This collection is at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, WI 54311. Call No. Green Bay SC 104. Format 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)

Inscriptions from St. Edwards Cemetery in Mackville, WI; Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery near New London, WI; and St. Peters Cemetery and the Freedom Association Cemetery in Freedom, WI; copied in 1981 by Freedom High School students enrolled in classes taught by Steve J. Belknap.

[The State Archives as mistakenly indexed this for the St. Peter's Cemetery instead of the Community Lutheran Cemetery]


Grand Chute Township

Appleton Highland Memorial Park Cemetery

3131 N. Richmond St.
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 733 - 6505

  • 1900's - present.
  • Cemetery records housed on-site; searches by office personnel only.

First Congregational Rose Garden Cemetery

  • 724 E. South River, Appleton

Grand Chute Town Cemetery

  • Evergreen Dr. and Hwy. 47
  • Inscriptions published in the WSGS Newsletter - more info

Moses Monitfiore Jewish Cemetery

  • E. Wisconsin Ave., Appleton, next to Zion Cemetery

Outagamie County Health Center Cemetery

  • Section 20, Hwy. 10

Riverside Cemetery

714 N. Owaissa St.
Appleton, WI 54911-5226
(920) 733-5629

Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery

214 N. Superior St.
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 733-1631

  • 1893 - present
  • Cemetery records housed on-site.

Saint Mary's Cemetery

Prospect Ave.
Appleton, WI 54911
(920) 739-5119

Zion Jewish Cemetery

3320 Crestview Dr.
Appleton, WI 54915-2875
(920) 739-9213

  • 1853 - present
  • Cemetery records housed on-site
  • Zion Congregation Cemetery Association, Appleton, WI, Records, 1884-1962 [microform] - This collection is owned by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division. 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706. This collection is at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, WI 54311. Call No. Green Bay Micro 2 Micro 68. It is also available in Madison MAD 1V/Mss Box 37; Format 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)

Records including a minute book, 1884-1923; an account book, 1923-1942, of Zion Congregation Cemetery Association; and miscellaneous papers, 1914-1935, 1961-1962. This collection is available only on microfilm. Forms part of the Wisconsin Jewish Archives.


Greenville Township

Greenville Township Cemetery

  • Section 33, Julius Rd.

Immanuel Greenville Lutheran Cemetery

  • Section 22, School Rd. adn Julius Rd.

Saint Mary Catholic Cemetery

  • Section 3, Hwy 76.

Town Cemetery

  • Section 17, Manley Rd., north of School Rd.

Wanderer's Rest Cemetery (St. Peter's Cemetery)

  • North side of School Rd., west of Hwy 15/45
  • Online transcription at the Town of Greenville website. Click on "Community, then on Cemetery."


Hortonia Township - Map

Hortonville Union Cemetery

N. Old St.
Hortonville, WI 54944
(414) 779-6135

Old Hortonville Poole Cemetery (Pine Grove Cemetery)

  • Hortonville, County TT
  • Cemetery Records compiled by Alta &Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery

  • North side of Hwy 45, just west of Hortonville


Kaukauna Township

Kelso Cemetery

  • Kaukauna, Kelso Rd. and County J.
  • Burial Records of Kelso Cemetery, Kaukauna, Wisconsin 1847 - 1979 by Thomas K. Hoffman, Tulsa, OK, 1981.

Saint Patrick Catholic Cemetery

  • Section 33, Hwy 41.
  • Cemetery Records compiled by Alta &Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

Trinity Lutheran Cemetery

  • North side of Hwy 45, just west of Hortonville
  • Located off of Hwy 41 as your as traveling from Appleton to Green Bay. It is quite small. It is probably 1 mile past the Out of Town Supper Club. It has a little stone drive way to get into from the Highway and an exit to get on the Hwy and across Hwy 41 and return to Appleton.

The sign in the front of the cemetery is "St. Patricks Catholic Cemetery". There are a lot of McCabe's, McDaniels, Ryans, Garrity, McAbe, Bougie......

Liberty Township - Map

Liberty Township Cemetery

  • Section 14S, County S and Hollow Road

Mosquito Hill Cemetery

  • Section 15, on County trunk S, east on New London
  • Cemetery Records compiled by Alta & Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

Turney Hill Cemetery

  • Section 4S, on Old Hwy. 54, 3/4 mile east of Hwy. 54
  • Inscriptions published in the WSGS Newsletter - more info


Maine Township - Map

Christ Congregational Cemetery (a.k.a. South Maine Cemetery)

  • Section 21/22, Hwy. 187, just west of County G

Oak Hill Cemetery

  • Section 21, Greeley Road, just west of Hwy. 187

South Maine Cemetery - See Christ Congregational Cemetery


Maple Creek Township - Map

Ebenezer Cemetery

  • Section 29, County W

Golden Hill Cemetery (a.k.a. Old Maple Creek)

  • Section 29, Maple Creek Township, on County Trunk W, northeast of New London
  • Cemetery Index
  • Cemetery Records compiled by Alta & Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

New Maple Creek Cemetery

  • Section 28, Maple Creek Township, on corner of Fuerst Road and Hintz Road, northeast of New London
  • Cemetery Index
  • Cemetery Records compiled by Alta & Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

Old Maple Creek Cemetery - See Golden Hill Cemetery


Oneida Township

Assembly of God Cemetery

  • Section 32, Oldon Rd., just north of Hwy. 54, next to Mission Church.

Church of Christ Cemetery

  • County EE, just east of County E

Immaculate Conception Cemetery

  • Section 29, County E

Indian Cemetery

  • South of Hwy. 54, east of Moore Rd.

Latter Day Saints Cemetery

  • Section 33, County U, north of Oneida

Methodist Episcopal Cemetery

  • Section 20, County E, near Oneida Methodist Church

Saint Joseph Catholic Cemetery

  • Section 9, Seminary Rd.


Osborne Township

Saint John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery

  • Seymour, just south of Hwy. 54 on County C


Seymour Township

Emanuel Lutheran Cemetery (Evangelist Cemetery)

  • SE corner of French Rd. and Cemetery Rd.

Old City Cemetery

  • Seymour

Saint Sebastian Catholic Cemetery

  • Isaar, County VV and Isaar Rd.

Salem Evangelical Cemetery

  • Section 8, Cicero Rd.

Seymour City Cemetery


Vandenbroek Township

Holy Cross Cemetery

Desnoyer St.
Kaukauna, WI 54130-2187

  • ~1870 - present
  • Cemetery records housed on-site

Saint John Nepomucene Cemetery

Town of New London

The town of New London extends into Waupaca county. If you had relatives in the western part of Outagamie, you might want to check New London and Waupaca county.

Floral Hill Cemetery - in Waupaca County

Beckert Rd.
New London, WI 54961
(920) 982-8518



Miscellaneous

Title Author Location of Records
Outagamie County Cemeteries Wayne Guyant FHL #1306439 Item #24

The Guyant collection now is in the home of Nancy Helbach
nhelbach@gglbbs.com. These are the original scrapbooks. They are open to the public with an appointment.
Outagamie County, Veterans Service Office. Veterans graves registration cards and cemetery lists, 1938-1985 [microform] Located at theState Historical Society of Wisconsin. Archives Division, 816 State Street, Madison, WI 53706. 8 reels of microfilm (16mm) Alphabetical. This series is available only on microfilm.

Unprocessed Accessions: C1986/155: Index to veterans buried in county cemeteries, ca. 1870-1985. Compilation of the index appears to have begun in 1938. Reels A-1 to A-3 are alphabetical by veteran; reel C1 to C3 are arranged by cemetery. Qty: 6 reels of microfilm (16mm); MAD 1V/66/A1 C1994/048: Veterans graves registrations, Reel VET A-4. Alphabetical. Cemetery list, Reel VETC-4. Alphabetical. Security reels. For index see reel in accn. C1994/051 (Index to microfilmed records). Qty: 2 reels of microfilm (16mm) in part of 1 half-record center carton; MAD 1V/ 1/B6
Church and Cemetery Records Outagamie County, Wisconsin, 1887-1978 Located at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay Area Research Center, Green Bay, Wis. 54311. Call No. Green Bay Micro 47 Genealogical Society of Utah Project; 1983

Copies of records of Immanuel United Church of Christ, Kaukauna, Wis., microfilmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah in cooperation with the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. The records consist of membership and sacramental record books. Early records are in German. The original records were loaned for copying by their custodian and were returned when copying was completed.
If you're looking for compiled lists and indexes, you may want to check back issues of the Wisconsin State Historical Society's newsletter. They have county pages, which have lists of compiled tombstone inscription lists. Generally they take the list and print 2-4 pages per issue for as many issues as it takes to complete the transcription. For example, the list for Hortonville's Union Cemetery was published in five installments for a total of about 18 pages from Sep 1989-Jan 1991. Jim Hansen is the Genealogical Reference Librarian at WSHS (phone 608-264-6400) or check out the website.



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